January 11th, 2014

Saturday Seven Up

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You’re either in front of Guido, or behind…


  1. 1
    Gary spedding says:

    I am a complete cock


  2. 2
    M­a­q­bo­ul says:

    Still waiting on the Hogan Hyphen Howe rumour………….


    • 37

      He thought up the rumour himself and circulated it but can’t remember right now what it was, why he had done it or even that he had done it.

      As soon as he can re-remember his name, he will be onto it. That is for sure.


    • 46
      BJ says:

      If a conversation takes place in a room with BHH and TM as the only people present, who would hear about it and tell anyone?


    • 63
      M­a­q­bo­ul says:

      If we don’t get one soon I’m going to have to start one myself.


    • 210
      Pdubya says:

      What I cannot understand is Howe’s logic in quizzing thousands of policemen on this affair when the 45 second incident related to a dozen officers, more or less, at the outside.
      We still do not know how Wallis obtained the gate plod’s notes or even if his yarn supports the original and if it does who are the co-conspirators?


    • 225
      (That's enough Eds, Ed!) says:

      And speaking of good bobbies, was at a friend’s house last night watching Hitchcock’s “Frenzy” over a bottle of wine. A real treat to see London as she was before the property “developers” and the enrichers fucked the place up completely!


  3. 3
    Noël Thatisnotofsocialistsmaking says:

    My elderly mother received a Christmas present from a well-known high-street bank in the form of notifications that the accounts that she held with them had been declared ‘dormant’ due to ‘inactivity’. That means that she no longer has any access to these accounts; it’s not just that she can’t take money out – she can’t pay money into them either. Can’t go allowing the accounts to be reactivated by such a simple means, now, can we ?

    The bank’s plan is to spirit the funds away into the Unclaimed Assets Scheme; it seems they will not send any further correspondence apart from telling her that this has been done. Mind you, there was no prior warning that they would declare the accounts ‘dormant’ so it will be no surprise if they never bother to tell her when they’ve finally disposed of the money either.

    For all the bank knows, these funds could be my mother’s entire life savings.
    The bank’s letters try to make out that the money is still my mother’s and that she would be able to claim it back. Any reasonable person would view that as a load of bollocks and consider this to be a blatant case of theft.

    The Unclaimed Assets Scheme seems to be based on the totally false premise that absence of account activity indicates that either you don’t want the money or else that you are dead. It is only supposed to apply after periods of inactivity in excess of 15 years – the bank in question evidently thinks that that is a mere detail which can be freely disregarded.
    So where does that leave us ?
    Obviously it is important to ensure that there is some sort of occasional account activity for a start – that should stop the thieving bastards in their tracks, in theory.

    I heard of this scheme when it was set up some years ago and thought at the time that it was fundamentally immoral. However, I also thought that it only applied to accounts that truly had been forgotten and only held a few pounds at most, consequently I didn’t pay too much heed at the time.

    I now realise that there is actually no limit on how much a targeted account can be holding and that no checks are made to establish whether the account is truly dormant.
    Five-figure balances ? Mere pocket money to our corrupt politicians.
    That means that if your elderly parents have put a nest-egg aside to see them through their old age then you need to make sure that it isn’t left until their bank sees fit to steal that money away and your parents have nothing left to live on when they need it. It would be wise to help them with their finances, otherwise you might end up finding that not only have you prematurely lost your beloved parents but also that their bank has stolen any potential inheritance.

    Anyone thinking of supporting Labour would do well to remember that it was Labour who set up this scheme in the first place. That should come as no surprise given Labour’s fundamental lack of morality and their belief in voodoo economics.
    The ConDems are no better, of course – they could have repealed the iniquitous legislation that brought the Unclaimed Assets Scheme into being – but then to do so would not be in their nature, would it ?

    I have been trying to find a list of the financial institutions which participate (all too willingly) in this scheme – perhaps someone else can assist with that ?
    Also, it would be helpful if someone could issue an FOI request in order to publicise just how much money has been recovered by this scheme, together with an analysis of the amounts involved.

    As ever, the Unclaimed Assets Scheme was misrepresented when it was set up, having been sold as targeting minor holdings in genuinely abandoned accounts.
    The ugly truth is now revealing itself – the Unclaimed Assets Scheme was actually set up with the intention of stealing the life savings of the elderly and vulnerable.


    Westminster’s message to the electorate is clear : the Labour/LibDem/Conservative parties will do everything they can to steal your life savings and will do so sneakily in the hope that you won’t notice.
    In fact, in would be ever so handy if you could arrange to be dead in order to minimise the chances of their getting caught.


    • 4
      C.O.Jones says:

      Had a similar law been applied to physical assets then those people who had had (for example, works of art) claim to artifacts belonging to their families could lose every claim. Am talking about the return of looted art works by the nazi’s here. The same could be applied to ownership of shares, loan notes or any of the myraid of financial certificates.
      Theft by the state (or the laws that allow for theft) is very real here.


      • 11
        A warning from history says:

        Alert the bank ombudsman as soon as possible. They can take rapid action but agree that this is a typical leftie law


        • 15
          Mr Potato Head says:

          You can reactivate the account by providing id at the bank.


          • Mr Potato Head says:

            Unclaimed Asset Scheme

            A programme being developed by the Government with banks and building societies that would allow unclaimed money in dormant bank and building society accounts to be invested in community projects, while protecting customers’ rights to reclaim their money at any time. Banks and building societies are trying wherever possible to re-unite account holders with the assets that are rightfully theirs.


          • You can reactivate the account by providing id at the bank

            They do bend over backwards to be helpful:

            Driving licence
            Credit Card

            An elderly person often does not have these as they have no need for them.

            It used to be that a bag of flesh, bones and blood became a person when it had a brain.

            Now it can only be a person when it has ID. The tokens have now actually taken over from what they represent.

            Sorry I cannot be with you today but I have to attend the funeral of my driving licence.


    • 6
      Mr Potato Head says:

      I had this happen to me (I think) but you can reactivate the account by providing some identification at the bank.




    • 12
      M­a­q­bo­ul says:

      Why don’t you identify the bank?


      • 29
        Noël Thatisnotofsocialistsmaking says:

        The battle is only just beginning so it’s a case of treading warily.
        Still, not to worry, the bank has assured my mother’s that her money is safe -
        safe as the Rock of Gibraltar, right ?


        Present i.d. in the branch, someone said – no doubt that’s easy for most people but there are a lot of oldies out there who simply do not have the regular types of i.d. that the banks ask for. Also, physically getting into the nearest branch might well be be a life-threatening excursion.


    • 19

      As usual legislation passed without considering any unintended consequences , not only, that but the bank applying it with such bone headed stupidity.
      If this ladies account had been a few pounds overdrawn would they have been so quick to write it off ? ( answers on the back of a postage stamp please)
      Maybe someone out there can think of some piece of labour socialist spite that this so called ” conservative ” led coalition has repealed but I can’t .
      As is often the case with things of this nature , I may be wrong on this occasion, it is often possible to detect the smell of the EU behind such things.


    • 43

      BBA list of members here.

      It seems they have all signed up to this. But then they all signed up to LIBOR fiddling, insurance misspelling and a list of 20-30 other malpractices because they became like sheep when boom and bust was permanently abolished…

      Ah! Do you remember those far off days?


    • 51
      bergen says:

      The id problem is the worst in practice. Often elderly people have no valid passports as they have not been abroad for years, no other photo id, they are in nursing homes so have no utility bills and are unable through infirmity to attend in person. Just think how many boxes remain unticked in those circumstances . A telephone to a call centre will not take you anywhere because after waiting for 30 minutes they say that they will only speak to the customer (who is deaf through age or unable to understand an Asian accent through unfamiliarity).

      Sometimes you will find an old style bank manager who will sign it off but they are rarer and rarer.


    • 77
      albacore says:

      “In assessing if your account is dormant we will consider if there have been any transactions through your account. We may not take into account activity on other accounts that you may hold with us or your access to our Online Banking service.”

      Telling you that with the straightest of faces
      Along with all their other airs and graces
      Must reassure you they’re not being funny
      With the administration of your money


    • 84
      Psyche the Dog says:

      Come on Fawkes time to show yourself as a true investigative reporter but will have to forget any political ambitions you may have, get out there, just think of the kudos that you will get from Rupe, could even lead to your own TV show and be the people’s champion, you could still keep on with your politician bashing, get out there, don’t wait for agrieved persons with an axe to grind to give you the dirt, get out there and dig, and there is certainly a lot of sewage to dig through.


      • 99
        Alan Truthbringer says:

        Oi pal, you are being paid to plug the Gra­uniad as well as smear the blog so get linking. Don’t forget who pays your pittance my lad.


        • 277
          Psyche the Dog says:

          Don’t be a silly boy, I do not work for The Guardian, what gives you that impression sweetie, I read some of the on line version, I cannot spend all day on the computer as a lot of posters on here do, it is good sometimes to read articles a bit different to what Murdoch’s crew turn out, even Fawkes or his minions read the Guardian, now go away and play with yoyr toys.


    • 94
      Computer say No !!! says:

      You need to go back to them as they are talking bollocks to put it politely….if they have an address on file then the account is NOT dormant and they should not be transferring it to Dormant Accounts or Unclaimed balances. Equally if your mother has an active current or other savings account these accounts should be linked and again they are talking bollocks. The problem is that these things are not dealt with at branch level any more and are dealt with by a central processing unit and the clerks there just respond to the marker and send out letters or move to dormant list. Before doing this someone in the bank(at either branch level or processing centre)will have had a computer printout and should have examined it before authorising it to be dealt with as you suggest. The problem is of course…they don’t !!!

      I suggest that you either go into a branch and demand to see the manager and don’t be fobbed off or get on to their Head Office Customer Service line. I speak from over 40 years experience of High Street Banking prior to retirement and the one thing likely to get your mother’s branch moving is a Head Office complaint as it will be logged and affects their overall performance score and branch bonus. Best of luck.

      Incidentally even as a retired Bank manager and Bank pensioner I still get stupid letters like this so you are not alone


      • 177

        Agree completely with a visit to the branch. I would even suggest, at such meeting, that they call on her given her age. A human approach is always better than a faceless communication, though the post or electronically.

        I would also obtain their local number, even the direct number, for the staff member whom one speaks to, whether manager or otherwise. This will not be obtainable otherwise but prevents having to go through endless carousels in India with their fake apologies. Having established that relationship, it can more easily be followed up by phone, thus saving extra journeys.


        • 253
          A fly on the wall says:

          I can thoroughly recommend the tour round the Indian computer systems of the wonderful Natwest. Oh goodness me yes…

          Then as somebody said, a very rude letter to HQ in London really does work wonders.


      • 390
        Noël Thatisnotofsocialistsmaking says:

        Thanks for your various supportive comments, everyone.
        Just at the opening skirmish stage so far – we’ll have to see how it goes.

        Can’t help wondering how many other people have had the same sort of experience. Do let us know if you can.


    • 295
      does my nutcracker hurt. says:

      what did your wrist ever do to you?


      • 315
        Hey, Sugar Plum says:

        May you live long and suffer the fruits of your Socialist dystopia.


        Just do it some place else, though – Venus should suit you nicely.


  4. 5
    cheche says:

    Just listened to a love feast between the NUT and the BBC. Really shouldnt be allowed at this time of the day


  5. 7
    A warning from history says:

    How Red Ed’s chum is killing France: Unemployment soaring. Violent unrest. The far Right surging in the polls. And now the most despised President ever is mired in a sex scandal

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2537536/How-Red-Eds-chum-killing-France-Unemployment-soaring-Violent-unrest-The-far-Right-surging-polls-And-despised-President-mired-sex-scandal.html#ixzz2q4hzErBy
    Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook


    • 24

      Who are the far right? Oh you mean those scum who want their country back, the bastards!


    • 38
      Mr Potato Head says:

      Le pen is mightier than the sword.


    • 81
      White rabbit says:

      Come on. He’s a bloke isn’t he ? Rather more important pressing matters on his mind.


      • 128
        Ban the Left says:

        Yes – and a socialist fuck who should be guillotined.

        Now the lefty mongs here are loving this but are more interested in trying to start a race war at the moment, but if they were in power 75% tax and Miliband shagging Owen Jones would be on the cards to increase popularity.

        The left here could be pre-emptively banned and executed for national security reasons. With the open border there is no stopping those in France arriving if things kick off – more likely if they have friends here.


    • 285
      Psyche the Dog says:

      Oh well, they may decide to charge even more for our electricity, they are all government owned and they (the french government) need the money


    • 320
      FFS says:

      The astonishing and sad fact is that his own party LOVES what he is doing and can’t see anything wrong!


  6. 8
    n.a.a.f.i says:

    I’m sorry to hear this. I wouldn’t support Labour under chloroform. Nor the faux-Tories. Nor the sandal-wearers. Every twist and turn reveals another aspect of the cabal and it ain’t a pretty sight.


  7. 10
    Thankfully not a victim of Labour ejakashun pollyseas. says:

    So after 50 odd years of Labour Marxists training teachers in how not to teach their pupils anything of use, our beloved Tristram seems to have had a Damascene conversion and now wants teachers to be subject to regular {MoT?} checks to make sure they know how to teach properly whatever their subject may be.

    Looks like we’ll soon be looking for a few hundred thousand new teachers then.


    • 18
      Anonymous says:

      Labour do this all the time in opposition. When they slime into power they do the opposite. Why people have not figured this out by now is beyond me.


      • 31
        More Labour bollocks says:

        BBC news this morning

        A similar proposal by Labour was dropped in the face of union opposition while it was in government.


      • 296
        Psyche the Dog says:

        It’s just like Dave, he is getting near the number of porkies told by B’Liar but hopefully without the dire consequences of B’Liars lies


    • 23
      n.a.a.f.i says:

      Who, then, would be performing these tests? Ofsted?? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.


    • 26
      C.O.Jones says:

      It is just a load of hot air, Labour are in opposition, after 13 years of Labour our standings on the international education league tables dropped heavily.

      Labour are even talking about curbing immigration now, they are just misleading voters.


    • 32
      Isn't it strange...? says:

      Ireland announced exactly the same thing about a week ago. Looks like this is all coming from our masters in Brussels.
      At least you guys will have the opportunity to vote UKIP.


      • 122
        Village Idiot says:

        ……..Yes,thank goodness,it has had a quiet ,calming effect,knowing I have a political party that thinks the same as me,that I can vote for!


    • 124
      Fish says:

      Funny isn’t it that with this story, multi-nationals’ tax avoidance, energy costs and now immigration, Labour are trying to jump on bandwagons that are already moving.

      I think that Miliband is depending on the BBC not to have ever reported the steps that Cameron was already taking, to make it look like these are Labour’s initiatives


      • 153
        Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

        The Tories can leave Liebore dead in the water and win a record landslide on May 7th next year by abolishing all taxes on petrol,electricity and gas.

        It would kill their cost of living attacks stone dead,massively boost the economy,secure the motorist vote forever and allow Osborne to stick two fingers up at the EU by telling them to stuff their 5% minimum VAT rate for energy bills.


  8. 13
    Another scumbag off the streets says:

    I see there is going to be a Duggan vigil in Tottenname today. What’s that include then? Crack cocaine dealers forming a circle , a volley of shots from stolen and lllegal guns, a funeral pyre of furniture shops, burning tyres and overturned cars.

    Its how he would have wanted it?


  9. 14
    Anon. says:


  10. 16
    Pista's R'Soles says:

    Irish Finance Ministry Reveals It Has Lost Banking Crisis Files



  11. 17
    n.a.a.f.i says:

    I engaged a Conservative Hampshire County Councillor last evening (not too far from Eastleigh but a long long way from me. The conversation turned. I wondered out loud why Haverhill East had been sat on by the msm. I could only find something in the Eastern Daily Press. His parting words: “A certain amount is the novelty factor – 30 years ago it was the SDP.”. They still don’t bloody get it.


  12. 21
    nell says:

    I see Lord Mandy and Lord Kinnochio both spoke against having and in/out EU referendum yesterday in the lords.

    Well they would wouldn’t they ? mandy got rich from the eu and is soon set to draw an annual pension from them that is in the £tens of thousands. kinnochio did the same and is drawing several gold plated pensions from them to support his undeserved luxurious lifestyle.


    • 25
      EU accounts not sited off for 21 years says:

      Mandleson is actually drawing that pension now Nell. Kinnokio was the clean up zsar but just got as many of his family on the teat as possible while presiding over the worst excesses of fraud. Someone rejected twice by the voters should never be elected to the lords and that is part of the problem.


    • 27
      n.a.a.f.i says:

      There’ll never be a referendum, Nell. Not Cast-iron’s 2017 bogshut and you definitely won’t get one from Millybland. Time for the open sea, I think.


      • 33
        C.O.Jones says:

        The mainstream parties are afraid of democracy. That is why UKIP are getting such a surge in support from a more politically astute public.


      • 53
        The British Public says:

        There won’t need to be a referendum. There will be one of our eccentric British revolutions instead.


    • 50
      albacore says:

      And now for a quick reality check
      A little bit futile but what the heck
      You’ve seen how easily you’ve been diddled
      E U vote or not, it will be fiddled


    • 117

      The most frightening thing about these pensions is that they are conditional , on the recipient’s continuing support of the EU.
      In other words there is now no ambiguity, the first loyalty of these traitors is to the EU even when speaking in the UK parliament.


    • 229
      Hoss Cartwright says:

      I think that Mandleson probably made more money from the ‘help’ he gave to certain Russian gentlemen in their efforts to market their energy products in the UK and Europe.

      I find it incredible that the British public put up with the fact that such a liar and fraudster should be a member of the HoL. A perfect example of the moral vacuum that existed at the heart of Blair’s government.

      Hanging is too good for the despicable shit.


      • 369
        Taxpayer says:

        + 1000

        Energy products and aluminium don’t forget

        But even the Eurocrats are ashamed of Madoff Mandelson and Moral Collapse Blair

        BTW Why is fraud Blair still Mideast envoy?

        Kerry is doing all the work and Blai is still being paid, has offices in Isr ael etc

        Or is the Quarter just paying him to screw Wndi at theeir expense?,


  13. 41
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    http://survation.com/2014/01/has-intense-discussion-of-european-immigration-increased-euro-scepticism/ … European elections polling LAB 32 – UKIP 26 – CON 25

    Vote Tory !

    Hear ! Boody Well Hear !


    • 48
      UKIP if you want too but whats the point? says:

      Well on those results it would be the vast majority want close connections and to remain in the EU


      • 138
        Tin foil top hat says:

        They don’t note the location of the people they polled. The last one I saw for the daily star? had a location breakdown on whom they asked. The Labour strongholds were well represented…not that I’m trying to claim a stitch up…


        • 307
          adrp adrpp says:

          the spirit of the age says aeTn.

          athe aspirit aof athe aage asays aeten.

          aage ais anumber.

          anumbers aare awithout aintegrity.


  14. 44
    Tosser Dave says:

    U.K.s top plod subject of rumours.
    Plebgate plod admits lying.
    PCSO charged with rape and blackmail.

    Police force is rotten from top to bottom. Never mind, it’s consistent withe the U.K.’s third world status under the LibLabConners.


  15. 47
    The Big Bang says:

    In Guido’s Sun.

    I’VE had sex with most of the women at work but now it has all blown up in my face.


    • 56
      Reader says:

      I am not interested in The Sun.


    • 67
      Bilda Berger says:

      >now it has all blown up in my face

      What’s this, some new perversion? Intriguing … I may even repeat something I did in 1992 and buy a copy of the Currant Bun … nah, forget it.


  16. 54
    Anon. says:

    #Register of Members’ Interests


  17. 58
    Ian Smith says:

    Universal Credit will be delivered on time and on budget.


    • 78
      Ed Moribund says:

      The price of figs! The price of figs! Ohhh! Ohhhh! Look everybody! Something is more expensive than it was a few years ago..Ohhh!


      • 297
        Happy Shopper says:

        Ed, you really must stop shopping in Harrods. Fresh figs were 20p each in my local shop jwhen they were in season last year


  18. 61
    Worried Owen says:

    Mum! Mum! Nearly everyone’s been ignoring me for weeks now.
    Aren’t I the cheekiest little gayer on this blog anymore?


  19. 62
    A Guardian comment says:

    This referendum bill is nonsense and if David Cameron was any kind of statesman it wouldn’t be needed.

    Cameron: I’m here to renegotiate.
    Europe: Won’t that be a waste of time, what with your referendum coming up?
    Cameron: Um.
    Europe: You didn’t think of that did you? Now run along while we sort out this massive trade deal with the United States, with no input from you, you useless arse.

    By committing now to a referendum in 2017, the PM has weakened his own position going into negotiations with the EU, largely because he’s so focused on playing the politics game. He wants the various wings of his own party to like him, he wants to try to make Labour look bad, he wants to claw back support lost to UKIP, and he wants to do it while appearing just xenophobic enough to win some votes at the next election.

    Talk about weak.

    He’s so intent on doing all that that he’ll find himself crawling to the EU negotiating table when he should be striding, and pleading for some weak-ass headline-grabbing tweak to employment or immigration law or an all-for-show war on red tape when he should be talking seriously with other leaders about real political and economic reform, complete transparency, an end to vested interests dominating and an end to the massive democratic deficit at the heart of Europe.

    None of this is a surprise, though. Cameron’s really really bad at this kind of thing. It’s why he lost the 2010 election, and his failure then has cost us all since. We’d all be better off without him. He’s worse than John Major. He’s pathetic.

    And you can tell he knows it, too. Watch him at PMQs. It isn’t anger that makes him redden, it’s fear. Fear of being found out.

    May 2015 can’t come soon enough


    • 69
      Mr Potato Head says:

      If the Liblabcons were any kind of democrats they would give the public the referendum the vast majority demand – today.


    • 72
      NASDAP says:

      Communist filth! We should have sorted all these pathetic lefties out when we had the chance


    • 91
      It's already in the bag says:

      Nah. Cameron sounds confident he will get his wish list granted. I would wager he has already cut a deal with Frau Merkel and they have told Hollande that he will go along with it.


    • 146
      Ban the Left says:

      Cameron did approach reasonably for reformand the EU said no, and then put the extortion fee up and has tried to remove the veto.

      Now In the EU’s defence Cameron is a pathetic cowardly sack of shit, but as per reality he did try.

      He still is with his bollocks cast iron bullshit, but unfortunately his double first in PPE seems to have not taught the idiot how to deal with European fucks whose only motivation is spite towards the UK and protection of their own inferior interests.

      Perhaps if Dimmy Dave wasn’t such a worthless retard the UK may not be in quite the same position it is now, but really Gordon Brown’s treasonous signing of Lisbon is what has got us to this point now. That was where sovereignty was lost.

      Now it is time to get it back – and if that involve shredding Europe in another war then so be it.


      • 257
        A fly on the wall says:

        No need for a war. Just tear our copy of all the Eu treaties into little pieces and post them back to Brussels, along with a note to say they have had our last contribution.

        Oh, and PS fuckoff.


    • 281
      Korben Dallas says:

      Anyone mind if I try to negotiate ?


  20. 64
    Auntie Duggan says:

    No justice! No cheese!


  21. 70
    Higella says:

    Excuse me while I kiss the sky!


  22. 71
    See 4 yourself says:

    Just Google Earth ” james turner street” Street view. More settees outside than in.


  23. 75
    Mr Potato Head says:

    The French public are demanding to know what Hollande’s position is with Julie Gayet.


    • 76
      Ed Moribund says:

      I have a big crush on Piella Bakewell


      • 85
        It's about an Elite v the Plebs says:

        BBC yet again miss the point.

        The French public are upset about the Hollande affair and want to hear about it because there is a privileged French elite who knew all about it and then the rest of France who were not allowed. This is what the French public are up in arms about.

        The same is now happening in the UK brought on mainly by super injunctions. Geedo inadvertently hi-lighted one case this summer, where all the London chattering classes were chattering about the Coulson Brooks affair while the greater plebs were not allowed to know and those plebs that did know would be taken to court for talking about it. When the story came out at trial even a Sky paper reviewer said live on air that it had been the subject of London dinner parties all summer.


    • 80

      Given he is rather dimensionally challenged, not very deep one imagines.


    • 126
      White rabbit says:

      Side Saddle


      • 240
        Hoss Cartwright says:

        The general consensus on the ranch is that the idiot Frog released the story of his own extracurricular shagging in a bid for popularity. The French tend to warm towards unfaithful politicians – they think them ‘a bit of a lad’.

        He must be desperate to divert attention from his omnishambolic screwups on everything he he has touched. More than a hint of the Gordoom Broon about him, says Little Joe.


        • 313
          Ponderosa Steak House. says:

          He’s taking the michael. That 5ft frog runt couln’t screw a whitworth.


          • FFS says:

            I am finding it hard to believe that Julie Guyet was so desperate to get Hollande’s sausage inside her that he had to be delivered on a scooter.

            It’s frankly a bit bizarre. More likely she’s a lovechild.


  24. 79
    Benefits Street says:

    Actually used the Smart part of the Smart Telly last night to watch the first episode of Benefits Street.

    Can’t see what all the fuss is about, why the lefties want it banned, why the righties want channel four raided by the plod or Jasmin Amelia Becket wants all the producers dead.

    FFS it was just like the celebrity jungle show without the plastic Z celebrities but with proper celebrities instead.

    No one can claim that the subjects were unaware of the cameras as every “set piece” included a talk with an off camera CH4 bod before, during and after.

    It has been edited to be both funny and sympathetic to the residents featured and shows them as either the salt of the earth, likeable rogues or victims.

    As said. What is all the fuss about? Great telly though.

    Also didn’t realise that the smart telly, catch up, internet thingy gave such good definition stuff.


  25. 82
    Auntie Duggan says:

    We are going to mash up the jury! No justice! No teas!


    • 95
      Bollockd Broadcasting Coerporation says:

      We must devote a programme to her. Madiba’s gone cold and we can’t show cookery programmes forever.


      • 111
        The BBC speaks to the nation says:

        Although I seem to recall that the Beeboids got rather frightened when the riots kicked off in 2011 and they were approaching their enclaves in Hampstead.Islington and Primrose Hill then it was “the police and courts need to crack down on these hooligans and make an example of this blatant criminality ! Hypocrites to a man and woman every one with rather short memories


      • 112
        Mandela Free Zone says:


  26. 86
    Dick the Butcher says:

    Come on, Dave, you can do it.
    Reduce foreign aid and sort out the flood defences.
    Englishmen’s homes are being repeatedly flooded.


    • 92
      Fixed it for ya says:

      Scrap foreign aid and sort out the flood defences.
      Englishmen’s homes are being repeatedly built where they can be flooded.


    • 97
      A lot of it is Bullshit says:

      Given the number of times I have heard residents from all over the country saying in live rolling news interviews that they never got flooded in the past when the rivers were dredged, and their water ways are now silted up and causing the floods. I would think a lot of floods could prevented by these simple measures rather than grandiose flood prevention schemes.

      So much so that I suspect the motives of the Environment agency to go for these big expensive schemes rather than the cheap remedial option.

      I am also frustrated with the politicians, blaming global warming and “exceptional” weather for catching out their poor flood management with weather that is far from exceptional.


      • 105
        P l e b says:

        Could we use Eric Pickles’ mouth to dredge rivers, or is that not his department?


      • 110
        Bill Quango MP/5 says:

        I didn’t think this was true.
        But in my 2nd home village that flooded in 2011, the river was dredged in 2012.
        Being an MP has its advantages.

        The village didn’t flood this year, despite being only a mile from the big big floods in somerset.


        • 116
          Mr Potato Head says:

          Dredging will stop flooding but surely it just means that somewhere downstream gets flooded even more? There is really not much more anyone can do to stop flooding. The only sensible action is to stop building in areas liable to flooding. Of course that means the price of houses goes even higher because of the high demand from uncontrolled immigration. Only UKIP have a policy to counter this.


          • altruism in industry says:

            if it’s done properly then downstream will be the sea


          • altruism in industry says:

            it’s not a bad idea, opening all the existing rivers and canals as a sort of national drainage system, maybe adding some additional connections, money much better spent than on a train set. Would need careful planning for moving the little things that live in the rivers but I’d have thought doable.


          • M­a­q­bo­ul says:

            if you want to live in a land of sterile storm channels instead of natural rivers then – brilliant idea – dredge the lot. But it won’t stop the flooding. It is what we have done to the land, not the rivers, which is causing the flooding. The answer is not to channel the run off into the sea but to get the rain to soak into the ground and into the water table. Many years ago we had more forests, marsh and meadows which inhibited the the run off.

            Stop building on green fields. I know it’s cheaper (for the developers) than building on brownfield sites but we are reaping the rewards now.

            Oh, and stop building on flood plains.


          • altruism in industry says:

            I don’t mean sterile storm channels lined with concrete but nationally managing the channels that have naturally occurred and the drains and canals that our grandfathers thought sensible. Agree entirely about building on floodplain ( didn’t Paul Daniels rebuild his house on stilts 15 years ago ? )


          • Mong Watch says:

            Stop building on green fields ?

            Best place to build, so long as they have good drainage and are not a flood plain.

            Building on Brown Field – can be ok – but the ground is usually poisoned. Better to turn it into recreational green field and put up warning signs not to spend too much time there.

            Your argument for natural water management in the UK is flawed as for a very long time now water has been a very intensively managed resource here. If it wasn’t managed so well it would not be possible to provide drinking water for the population which the UK currently supports.


          • FFS says:

            Rubbish. You are no engineer are you? Google images “flood defences” and you will see no end of workable solutions.

            It’s time people that live in areas prone to flooding (and it is always the same places) actually dished up the cash to save their homes from the floods. Their insurance premiums would drop like a stone.


          • Ma­qbo­ul says:

            So well managed that we can’t control flooding.

            You don’t understand what Brownfield means.


          • Mong Watch says:

            @FFS: People already do stump up the cash to manage this.

            It comes out of the tax which they pay to their local authorities, and to central government.

            In any case there is plenty of non-flood plain land to build on which is available, without incurring the additional cost of needing to build flood defence.

            Given that local authorities have also been p!ssing about with central government cuts – see bedroom tax fiasco – it is not beyond possibility that they are diverting funds into their pension pots at the expense of managing their waterways properly.

            @maqboul: Flooding is perfectly manageable when the government agencies are doing their jobs right.

            As Defra and the Environment Agency are more interested in not doing their jobs right, the problem exists. There is also an issue with insurance companies ongoing desiring premiums to go up. That is more for the local authority insurance, not private.

            The only reason why flooding is occurring is because basic waterways management has been suspended in some areas, and there has been increased building on flood plains.

            It might perhaps be illuminating to do a cross check of areas where flooding is occurring unusually now, who controls the local authority (party) and who is the MP. There could well be political motivations behind this to affect the voters in those areas in a certain way.


  27. 93
    RetardEd says:

    We mutht thound tough. Ith the way the windth blowing. The retardth that vote for uth will believe anything.


  28. 98
    Psyche the Dog says:

    Fawkes, what is your take on the Garden Cities for Oxfordshire, Warwickshire and Buckinghamshire that was mooted but supposedly been put to bed by Dithering Dave as they are in Tory voting heartlands. http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2014/jan/11/garden-city-david-cameron-stifling-plans


    • 104
      Alan Truthbringer says:

      Good work, if we poach 5% of this blogs millions of punters my bonus will quadruple :)
      and you’ll keep your zero hour spamming contract.


    • 107
      Don't bet on it says:

      A few years ago there was a massive and I mean massive campaign to stop the Third Runway at Birmingham Airport and likewise there is a massive campaign to stop HS2. The constituencies affected are either Conservative or Key Marginal so in the present situation what do you think Cameron will do ??


    • 155
      Unsustainable Population Growth says:

      How about one new garden city for Asians, another for Africans, and the third for East Europeans and the rest, each built in a sympathetic ethnic architectural style?


      • 260
        A fly on the wall says:

        YES!! But preferably built in Asia, Africa and eastern Europe. Then they can all go back where they came from. Now that just might be a useful use of the aid budget.


        • 351
          FFS says:

          Oh yeah! This could work. Lets find a big plot of land somewhere in East Europe that’s nice a cheap and create a “Little Britain” there where we can dump all the ethnics that seem so keen on coming here.


          • National Socialism is Socialism says:

            Good idea. G’ermany tried that a few years back.

            When it’s figured out what they did wrong then there may be a plan.


    • 327
      Lord Stansted says:

      So long as it’s not Essex then I don’t care.


  29. 101
    It's all a distraction while your invisible prison cell is constructed says:

    While you are being kept distracted the TPP is being signed. You have been warned..



  30. 114
    Blowing Whistles says:

    I did not give my consent for two pillocks without a lawful mandate from the voting public to sing me up to the Lisbon Treaty.

    How hard is it for the msm to properly inform the public of their consent being taken without their knowledge or are the msm craven to them legal constraints written in media law?


    • 130
      Fish says:

      It’s funny that Farridge, the BBC and the MSM never talk about Miliband D and McDoom creeping into the venue in Lisbon in the dead of night, signing the Lisbon Treaty against the wishes if the people.

      It’s only Cameron that gets the blame and he wasn’t even PM at the time


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        A fly on the wall says:

        Now you know why Milipede D and Brown have disappeared into the night. They would be in great danger of being strung up for their treachery if either of them were ever caught out alone.


    • 141

      What’s with all this them misuse of the English language you so often relish in, as in seven words from the end of the above?

      Is it an attempt to get down with the kids?


      • 196
        M­a­q­bo­ul says:

        That and the wincingly split infinitive. I can only recommend that he reads more books. It may not improve his grammar but it might restrict his posting time on here.


      • 215
        Blowing Whistles says:

        My sincere apologies firstly go to the grammar police. Sign it should have been.

        Now to SC – read the words ‘them legal constraints’. Mr Cat I perhaps ought to have used the inverted commas for your benefit – but there you go and thanks for the opportunity to correct it for you.

        The msm are constrained and craven to numerous media laws. On the net however even the likes of SC and I are not – but that is not to say that the ptb are not desperately seeking to silence “freedom of expression”.

        btw SC Heffer mentions Applebaums husband Radek Sikorsky in his column today … interesting. And also interesting that Radk was the only Polish politician who did not board a doomed flight just a few years ago re:a little massacre.


        • 231
          Casual Observer 5 says:

          You are quite right on the issue of freedom of expression on the net.

          An interesting side note – and am not the grammar police – but – silencing expression, especially expression on a textual medium like this, is perhaps the wrong metaphor ?

          Am not trying to be pedantic, but to improve and qualify your important point, I would suggest that there are moves afoot to first stifle free expression, and then remove the ability to freely express oneself.

          Again – not pedantic, but if the pattern to be followed is understood more clearly, then the small changes become much more relevant when they happen.

          Internet filters / national firewalls fulfill both of these to a degree.

          Economic strategies, such as taxation based on where traffic crosses national frontiers, and bandwidth usage are effective.

          Have noticed also there have been a number of cases of sites being taken down after monthly bandwidth quotas exceeded. Look very much like a softer version of a denial of service attack, given the traffic they should be receiving.

          Restricting access to content stifles, people may find acceptable if done gradually.

          Closing down completely is removing the ability, will be accepted more after a period of restriction.

          Where this side steps the UN Article is that our individual right to freedom of expression has not been infringed, but the ability to exercise that right on electronic media such as the internet has been.


          • Blowing Whistles says:

            One of my MO’s over the past few years has been to expose and embarrass the msm into seeing what a crock of 5hitters they really are and all suborned under their contracts of employ to their media barons.

            As per my other MO’s – I do tend to cite my ‘inalienable rights’ to speak especially when the wigged wonders get involved. They (the legal fraternity for SC’s sake) do not like people speaking out about their trade body a ‘closed shop union/society’.


          • Casual Observer 5 says:

            Not questioning your MO at all – it is good as it raises awareness.

            Just a minor metaphor thing which I thought worth mentioning.

            There was lots of discussion on issue of net freedom of expression etc. last year. US is still essentially telling the UN: No.

            Those that prefer censorship will then seek to marginalize the US and wrest control of the net (essentially who has the core DNS / registration servers and backbone under their direct control).

            The pathetic thing about Europe is that it is actually trying to do this. The only reason it is not working is because with the disparate languages in Europe such a platform could not be set up.

            Ch!na, for example, can be regarded as a separate internet as a comparison, which is how they control things.

            A European controlled, or restricted internet, would destroy the value that it adds. Whilst that status quo exists it will remain free. As that status quo changes, that freedom will be priced out.

            I do not see the current status quo changing any time soon, as pay walls are proving at present. There is no political benefit to the government either in pushing this agenda, which stinks of the retarded mind set that is still alive in the Eastern bloc European countries that are infecting the UK at present.


          • Blowing Whistles says:

            CO5 last week new laws were slowly and creepily introduced (imposed without consent I might add) about people being criminalised if they were reported to be ‘annoying’ others. The imposition of ‘annoying’ laws is tantamount to a Dictator state order on censorship – wherein anyone daring to question the Executive can be locked down. These types of laws can and have are routinely abused – they can mean all things to all men as and when it suits their purpose – especially to silence lawful dissent.

            Unelected executives – are bad for everyones health and wellbeing; and the money in your pocket.


          • Casual Observer 5 says:

            I did notice that.

            It would perhaps be good for people to just start filing complaints against anyone they do not like and see that particular flawed system collapse.

            Something needs to be done about anti-social behavior: Banning the left is a very good start.


          • Blowing Whistles says:

            CO5 – The whole ASBO thing was a feefest for the legals – multiple repeat offenders and ‘repeat fees’ – money for old rope. All of it introduced by Blair and Straw – when they loosened the controls on the lawyers – allowed them to become businesses. Think ‘profit for the senior partners’ what a hoot eh?


          • Casual Observer 5 says:

            Agree with that aspect.

            Having had the unpleasant experience of Labour funded filth move in next door for a few years whilst Blair was in (and then mysteriously move away after the umpteenth police complaint (from every other resident on the street and some nearby including yours truly) and Labour being booted out), there was a problem there.

            It is almost as if Labour were creating social problems to boost fees for some, and provide cheap workers for local authorities in the form of community service orders.

            Now we know the police figures on this issue have been fiddled down, that explains why things were obviously bad, when they were trumpeting good. A bit like suicide statistics at that time.


        • 248

          There is no need to correct it for me as I have a reasonable grasp of English grammar, spelling, punctuation, syntax, vocabulary and style anyway. Always room for improvement and it is amusing how some people jump with glee when I make an error in these areas. No matter, I can always learn.

          Saw that glancing reference. I have some time for Radek Sikorsky and I have always had an affinity towards the Poles given their suffering at the hands of their immediate neighbours. I knew several at school. Like us they have their dumbfucks but they also have some seriously bright people.

          In respect of your last word, Stalin approved the Katyn Massacre which fact had been concealed for all those decades but revealed in the aftermath of the Tu-154 crash. Are you suggesting that this later incident was also of the same type?


          • Blowing Whistles says:

            The Polish people and ‘their immediate neighbours’ you state SC. I know many Polish people and many of them know a damned sight more about history than your average UK dumbeddownclutz and of those who used and abused them beyond their immediate neighbours.


          • Don’t disagree with what you say here at all – but what about my question to you?


            I have an open mind on it, perhaps with the tendency against it being set up by the Ruskies. I tend to think that think Putin was/is too smart for that even though there are many ways in which I disapprove of his power grab. As he gets older, he stands to become more corrupted by the huge amount of power he brings to bear in his region. He also wants to regain world power for Russia.


          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Your question SC was of the recent incident / plane crash. To be honest there are still too many unanswered questions surrounding that crash and the aftermath. From what is out there about the crash; I cannot ‘discard’ that there may well have been some other motives – it just all seemed rather convenient.


          • @BW

            Yes. It was in 2010, so is now beginning to get old. The Russians have significantly changed their traditional approach here as a result of it, including their admission to the original massacre, so one can entertain the possibility that they are different from the Bolshevik times in more than one respect.

            Don’t know if you remember, but I do, the succession of leaders they had from the later Breshnev who died in office at the age of 75; Yuri Andropov, in office for little over a year until he died age 69, then Konstantin Chernenko, who lasted an even shorter time and died at the age of 73, then Andrei Gromyko who managed to last a whole three years until he stepped down at the age of 78 and died a year later. All these men were chronically sick for much of the time they held the chief office in what was a failing world superpower.

            The farce of this situation even became apparent to the Politburo and they appointed Mikhail Gorbachev at the unheard of young age of 57 and he continued until the Soviet Union fell apart in 1991, All its other components, apart from Russia having succeeded. Margaret Thatcher famously said: I like Mr Gorbachev; we can do business together. Paradoxically he remains alive at the age of 82.

            So we have a different country, ruled by mostly younger leaders of a different vision, without the pressure and cost of bearing comparison to the USA all the time but still with a relatively slight obligation towards an ethical approach to its vast population. These have to cope with extremes of weather and life and actually seem to prefer a leader who is strong over one who is morally influenced.

            It makes a judgement call on that lost plane a difficult one. Under the old regime, deliberate Russian involvement could have been assured. Under the present regime, whilst it cannot be ruled out, it looks much less likely.


          • Blowing Whistles says:

            SC – don’t for one moment believe that Putin is some transformed ex KGB Commie. He ain’t – he is just wearing capitalist clothes and is an israeli firster.

            btw J’ews were forced to go and live in Israel – by Stalin and his real string-pullers. Many of them to repeat were forced to leave as part of a despicable plan.

            As for Sharon – he was a terrorist just like stern.


          • @BW

            He was president of the FSS, FFS!

            That carries some serious baggage of which I am more than aware. I am not going to go down the other road for now.


    • 157
      Casual Observer 5 says:

      I wish they had sung Lisbon rather than signed it. :-)

      UKIP were very vocal about Lisbon back at the time and do mention it now. They objected especially stongly to the referendum frauds that were going on in I’reland etc.

      The only reason they are not mentioning at the moment I guess is in order to keep campaign message clear. Two fronts – for Euro elections they need focus on reform, for domestic, actual local issues and the referendum / possible exit.

      They have been pointing out how for example on the Syr!an refugee question Lisnon compels UK to take folk in who have refugeestatus in the EU and familial connections within the UK.


  31. 115
    Artful Dodger says:

    52% of those convicted for pickpocketing on London Underground in the last year are Romanians (DM). At least some are being enriched.


  32. 132
    C.O.Jones says:

    So when police lie they can retire early. Hmmm, nice work if you can get it.


  33. 133
    Noo says:


  34. 135
    Benny Fitz-Clements says:

    Praying for a Lib-Lab coalition ‘government’ in 2015, then we can bring back the something-for-nothing culture which I love and crave for.


  35. 148
    Eurocrat turns Politician says:


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      JH2303409329-3423 says:

      “Longing for modern, independent, democratic Ukraine”

      The people of the Ukraine certainly will be once they get a taste of your dead hand. Still, I’m sure their political elites will come out of the whole thing very nicely, thank you very much.

      Why would they replace one form of tyranny with another? One rolls in the tanks, the other the bureaucrats.

      Hard to know which is worse.


      • 164
        The former President of Ukraine says:

        And remember too that if my hand is in the air then it is definitely offside.


      • 192
        Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

        There was an old Ukrainian who said the rain keeps falling on my cranium :-)


    • 160
      Fuck the EU says:

      Fuck the U’kraine.


    • 163
      Herman van Rumpboy says:

      ‘Demos’. There is no European ‘demos’ therefore you cannot have democracy, especially if you are ruled by diktat from Brussels.

      If the Ukranians have any sense, they will reject the homogenised, ‘one-size-fits-all’ despotism of the EU.


      • 176
        The Ukranians are revolting says:

        You sir have just infracted by human rights.


        • 195
          What's been really going on says:

          Well thus bullshit explains why certain UK firms were discriminating against UK workers on IT projects and outsourcing work to Ukraine.

          Just FYI: the guys out there are shit and lazy, and arrogant beyond belief. Arrogance is fine but from a tin pot little ex soviet shit hole like the U’kraine unwelcome in Britain.

          Other than importing the scum bags this is how skills and jobs have been lost in the UK under Labour and the coalition.

          That is ignoring Dave’s export of production to Turkey and desire to import Turks here.


          • M­a­q­bo­ul says:

            Discriminating against grossly overpaid British IT workers on exorbitant hourly rates you mean. What are they on these days 80, 90 quid an hour? Is it any wonder why government IT project budgets go ballistic.

            Some of the best systems engineers I’ve worked with are in the FSU, earning less that a tenth of the above.


          • What's been really going on... says:

            If British workers are not as good (which is bullshit) then reduce salary here. Do not reduce salary by discriminating out of the workplace by exporting work to those locations.

            You may have had good experience with those people but that indicates that you have been only ever working with second class people. Perhaps the effects of Labour education reforms you have felt strongly or you are just another lefty traitor who knows no better.

            The argument that skilled jobs should be exported was always false and remains so. If the scum you are working with in the FSU are SO good why do they need to take work from the UK and not locally ?

            Government projects went ballistic because Labour had no interest in either delivering or controlling costs.


          • Ma­qbo­ul says:

            This is a free market economy. If someone reduces the salary to below market levels then the worker will go elsewhere.

            Sheeeshhh !!


          • What's been really going on says:

            Then British workers would go to Ukraine to be employed where the cost of living is significantly less than in the UK, no ?

            Stop and look at that, and then consider what exactly you are working with when dealing with the East Euro and FRU filth.

            It is not a free market when the overriding consideration is not cost and quality, but cost and politics.

            Salaries have been cut in the UK also, thanks to Labour’s mismanagement of the economy which inflated them unreasonably in the first place.

            The jobs are still over seas.

            Projects are still going over budget and are being delivered substandard.


      • 358
        FFS says:

        If the Ukranians have any sense they will demand entrey to the EU and immediately get the begging bowl out since they would be the poorest member with a per capita GDP 5 times smaller than the UK.


        • 368
          Casual Observer 5 says:

          There is a Russ!an interest in Sevastopol, a lot of mobilized armor and history which trumps what would be considered lefty common sense.

          If Ukraine does not want to be wiped off the map, it will steer clear of the EU for now.


  36. 149
    Mystic Mog says:

    I have no doubt that Rianna Hull, daughter of Raymond( see quote of the day) is destined for fame and fortune. Expect appearances on Big Brother, Celebrity Big Brother, I’m a Celebrity etc., in the near future. A chav icon in the making!


  37. 152

    You will probably find out that this Rianna Hull is actually very posh and just putting on an affected accent as they all do nowadays.

    Her name is probably multi-hyphenated as in Rianna Kingston-upon-Hull.


  38. 154
    No tears for Dead Ch4 producers though. says:


    • 161

      Suppose she wants some BBC instead?


    • 167
      Criminal Profiler says:

      So – did she kill him ?


    • 174
      M­a­q­bo­ul says:

      So this Mandela fella, whomsoeverhemaybe, ain’t a Channel 4 producer I presume?


    • 179
      Jaz Stalin says:

      Genuinely feel like weeping at the thought of all those Channel 4 producers condemned to death for exercising their right and responsibility to free speech.



    • 206
      Enoch Powell says:

      For rivers of blood, send Jaz a copy of the Mail and a box of Kleenex.


    • 310
      Mandela Free Zone says:


    • 344
      JH2303409329-3423 says:

      No love, you care more about your fucking mobile phone than some old bloke thousands of miles away.

      You are just parroting what you think you should say in order to impress your fellow socialist cult members.

      Your psychology is on the same continuum as the heaven’s gate cult, except you are unfortunately more likely to kill others than yourself.


      • 361
        FFS says:

        Spot on. That’s exactly what I thought when I read it. Completly disengenuous. She needs much more practice before she can get to the level of an Owen Jones or a Polly Toynbee.


    • 391
      Where are Tony Blair's Expenses says:

      Do we really give a flying F**k what this silly little girl thinks.

      She has shown her true leftie credentials by wanting to kill people who have done something she doesn’t like.

      If she thinks that living in the benefits street is ok she can always go and live there – thought not.


  39. 162
    william says:

    Labours new licensed baby scheme.

    Tristram Hunt today announced Labours new policy on Licensed babies inorder to improve teaching standards …….


    • 170
      The former President of Ukraine says:

      I propose children should only be allowed into schools if they have been potty trained and have a certificate to prove so.

      Any parent sending a child to school without such a certificate should be fined £10,000 and /or imprisoned for 6 Months


    • 216
      The moronic state of mind that is being a modern non-libertarian lefty exposed says:

      Tristram may show promise to be s decent Labour leader at some point.

      But why he is spouting such nonsense is a mystery.

      If Gove can seiously be arsed would like to see his cultured response to this.

      In a way, with a birth certificate, babies are already licensed. (Ignoring the fact that there is EU written on the new ones born in the UK for some odd reason).

      Would Tristram perhaps be in favor of tattooing a bar code or number to new borns in order to improve education ?

      How licensing can improve education in a system that is crippled by teachers who are restricted by Labour sympathizing Unions is a new one.

      Or is Hunt suggesting that teachers check the license and teach those with the papers properly, and just treat the rest as they do now ?

      What an utter retard this guy seems to be.


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      william haig says:



  40. 168
    Education, Edyerkayshun, Eddyookaashun says:


  41. 180
    David Cameron's gut says:

    Clear sunny morning, yep, global warming


  42. 183
    de Dieudonne says:

    Sharon is dead.

    Can I crack a joke or two?


  43. 190
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    Just farted and a bit of pee and poo came out at the same time, I am breaking all sorts of records today.


  44. 202
    Blessed Mark of Tottenham says:

    My vigil is today hoping all you leftie softies,liberals,socialists,police hater and other assorted jerks can attend to give my peace loving family,including my six children support.By all means feel free to leave for your lentil and guacamole soup later.


    • 205
      P l e b says:

      It is possible to be ‘of the left’ and also be glad that the police popped you. It’s called ‘free thinking’


      • 221
        Propaganda Watch says:

        The race card is just a smoke screen for organized crime in cases like this.

        That is on both sides.


    • 227
      JD Sports financial manager says:

      I think we’ll postpone this years stock take till ‘passions’ cool down a bit.


  45. 222
    Blowing Whistles says:

    To NBW and a few others – May T has an enemy in Clarke K a known europhile. Kenny boy and many of his old boy network have lots to hide. Now where did they hide the knife that their little cabal of twats plunged into maggie for some or other reasons?

    If Ken attacks T May and the Police Federation attack her – does that show some common purpose between Ken and the feds?


    • 234
      i don't n eed no doctor says:



    • 242
      Not Blowing Whistles says:

      It would not be beyond the bounds of possibility that Ken C, and perhaps Heseltine and a few others, could be pulling strings behind the scenes to try and keep the EU stuff on course.

      Someone orchestrated pleb gate at a high level, may have even been BHH himself, but who would have pushed BHH in that direction ? And then there is the obvious collusion of the Cabinet Office staff – ie. the civil service.

      That such a notion is bordering on real conspiracy lunacy destroys BHHs opportunity to just come clean, as he would likely wind up in a rubber room on the Savile ward at Broadmoor before you could say p’aedophile.

      The target for sure seems to be Monday Club and the Tory right. The dredging up of Elm Guest house is part of that. (Not that Elm should continue to be covered up, but the problem is the real Tory p’aedophiles wound up on the commission)

      The only real reason for this dates back to unfinished business from Howe’s knifing of Thatcher, which was motivated purely by her firm response to Europe.

      Ken C did do the dirty on that Ben Fellowes chap quietly didn’t he, but has kept well below the radar since. Odd.


      • 292
        Blowing Whistles says:

        The issue of the Elm Guest house and the Monday club is that it is a tory thing – however there is an equally dirty club on the Labour side (if I include the lib dems’ Cyril here as well)

        Both sides are of a want to conceal all of their wrongdoings to hide their ‘collective’ activities.

        Vaz is caught in the thick of it all and timeline wise as well – his early days as a lowly legal in local council politics means that he was ‘privvy’ to info – which has been conceald from the public. Is it any wonder he and Hodge the elevated to Childrens Minister by Blair are both now strtegically placed at the head of various committeees? Butler Sloss was the head of the family courts yet her husband was variously linked with kiddy fiddling also.


        • 302
          Not Blowing Whistles says:

          Vaz was in Richmond at the time, but his involvement could just be counter-smear operations (to coin a phrase). Saying that, he very likely does know what skeletons are in the closet.

          The Labour involvement in all this mess is much more pronounced, particularly at the local government level and within the social services themselves.

          What is glossed over is that the majority of p’aedophiles who are involved in the care home abuse were not card carrying Conservatives, but were card carrying Labour voters.

          McSweeney and Stingemore for example: Hardly true blue Conservatives (appear to be Labour supporters) abusing and supplying children to Elm. Ok, buyer beware, but the supplier and their motivations / politics should not be ignored.

          Then you have the likes of C’lifford…


    • 264
      kmc says:

      “May T has an enemy in Clarke K”



    • 394
      Klaus Henchmann says:

      Commo – Nazi Euro – Filth Ken ‘Mosley’ Clarke.

      What do you expect.


  46. 228
    Chuka says:

    My heart goes out to Mark Duggans family.
    As far as the families of the five people who were murdered during the subsequent riots.
    No comment.


  47. 230
    Chuka Umunna and Uma Kumaran. Anglo Saxons not. says:


  48. 232
    Scumbag Bennie Parasites R Us says:

    See you at the vigil bro


  49. 238
    ʍȫʊʂʂȁ ҞϴџṦṦậ says:

    Cameron is all noise, and things he can’t handle, because he is not mature enough to deal with criticism, he suppresses, another example being Defra’s report into how all the Tory reforms are resulting in a mass increase in food banks, another issue being HS2.

    Cameron has shouted from the roof tops about the Tories building more social housing, yet not many, if any, have been built.

    Cameron needs to wake up and smell the coffee, he is a bully boy in a mans world, the public know he can’t handle problems, let alone issues, from getting rid of ministers who refuse to go, e.g. IDS, to the risk assessment report into the NHS alterations. Cameron should release this, the NHS risk assessment report and Defra’s report. The boy has not got the balls to do so, because he is frightened, incompetent and wrong.


    • 246
      i don't n eed no doctor says:

      You are so interesting.


    • 247
      Member of the European Empire says:

      Hope you celebrated Thatcher Day yesterday Mou.


    • 251
      Casual Observer 5 says:

      Cameron is an EU controlled puppet (or muppet if you prefer) who is involved with a shady operation that keeps telling him all is good.

      He isn’t really a bully, but he is of weak character and no conviction.

      Labour though have no moral platform from which to argue their case at present, or a leader who could provide any better leadership than Cameron is allowed to, or could.

      On the audio for PMQ’s there was a bit towards the end where a reasonable question was being asked.

      It started: ‘I do not wish to offend the Prime Minister…’

      The heckle, which came through loud and clear:

      ‘Why not ?’

      That’s how the House regards him, and from what was said in the Lords yesterday, they do not hold him in that high a regard either.

      Europe clearly do not consider him serious as they see no risk in continuing to take liberties with the UKs good spirited approach towards its EU membership.

      Of the items you list above:

      i) Food Banks: Labour propaganda / EU sponsored BBC shit.
      ii) HS2: EU vanity project (also being rejected similar projects across Eurozone)
      iii) Defra: Problems with Flood Re (Europe related), and common purpose undermining of Environment Agency and Defra + poor Labour decisions to build on flood plains etc.
      iv) NHS : Labour screwed that up, it is getting better now, but is a flawed health care system that is in need of very broad reform.
      v) IDS: The only positive thing happening at the moment, but being propagandized very negatively by a hostile left wing press.

      Why Cameron does not encourage Chilcott to be released – that is a very good question.


      • 346
        Jeffrey says:

        Because Cameron is Blair’s puppet

        Just look at who is blocking Chilcott

        Our old friend the Cabinet Secretary Heywood formarly Blair’s Private Secretary


        Cameron is in Blair’s pocket because he wants to make tens of millions influence peddling with gangsters like Blair has successfully done


        Cameron is just a revolving door like Blair (JP MOrgan) , Heywood (Ex Morgan Stanley) and Mandelson (Lizards)

        They are a bunch of obscene criminals and frauds covering up for each other


      • 348
        Jeffrey says:

        Because Cameron is Blair’s puppet

        Just look at who is blocking Chilcott

        Our old friend the Cabinet Secretary Heywood formarly Blair’s Private Secretary


        Cameron is in Blair’s pocket because he wants to make tens of millions influence peddling with gangsters like Blair has successfully done

        Cameron is just a revolving door like Blair (JP M o rgan) , Heywood (Ex Mo rgan Sta nley) and Mandelson (Lizard s)

        They are a bunch of obscene criminals and frauds covering up for each other


    • 254

      …wake up and smell the coffee

      Oh! Morning Moussa! Up early! :-)


    • 259
      Optional choice says:

      Mousey is Gordo buying his own Nokia’s to throw at people or is he buying them on his expenses, now that’s one person that should have never been a MP or a PM.


  50. 243
    Ian Smith says:

    Universal Credit will be delivered on time and on budget


  51. 244
    Member of the European Empire says:

    {NEW DELHI: An Indian origin researcher Smitha Rao, working with her Taiwanese professor at the University of Arlington, Texas, may have found a solution to batteries dying out in cell phones. The duo has designed a tiny windmill hundreds of which can be embedded in a sleeve for a cell phone. By waving the cell phone in air or holding it up to an open window on a windy day, the array would generate enough electricity to recharge a cell phone’s battery.}

    Just drive round the block with you ‘phone taped to the car ariel OR tie one to every runner in a 100metres final.


  52. 263
    Pizza in our time says:

    Police estimate the crownds for Bleesed Marks vigil around 300,286 of them fuckwits for the Socialist Workers Party how ironic,Duggan never did a days work in his life.


    • 268
      The BBC are cunts says:

      We estimate the crowd size to be over 3,000,000


      • 312
        Well I never did !!! says:

        Which strangely enough is the exact number that Labour claim are using Food Banks…co-incidence or what ??


    • 269
      retardEd Miliband says:

      There’th nothing wrong with that, thir! I’ve never done a day’th work in my life, not in a weal job, anyway, but it didn’t thtop me becoming leader of the Labour Party, and living in a £2million houthe paid for with other people’th money.

      Oh yeth, not doing a weal job ith thomething I wecommend to anyone.

      P-ETH: cotht of living cwithith.


  53. 266
    LEST WE FORGET says:




  54. 270
    Bantustan Brit says:

    I know some of you are worried about immigration

    I am worried about the serious overpopulation in the UK already


    This has nothing to do with r a c i s m aetc nd everything to do with survival in a world where competition for food resources, in particular, is increasing and we are increasingly unable to influence events outside of Europe (or even inside Europe!)

    PS We have run out of gunboats and there are now more admirals in the Royal Navy than ships FFS


    • 279
      Soylent Green says:

      This is a very good argument for importing better quality meat from the EU, and a powerful one against importing from R’omania and B’ulgaria.


  55. 273
    Mr Mainwaring says:

    Don’t Panic !

    Just vote Tory !

    Hear ! Hear !


  56. 274
    Pizza in our time says:

    Overland to Syria,BBC news channel,following British Sunnis bringing aid to their brothers and sisters in Syria,well Sunni brothers and sisters,they are saying Syria feels like home,well fuck off back simple.


  57. 283
    Ed Dafty, LimpDim MP, Climate Change Chieftain says:

    Please ignore this kind of evidence nonsense. The science is settled.


  58. 299
    Blowing Whistles says:

    I have the utmost respect for those who lost their lives during WW1 – but it would also be worth noting what happened behind the scenes over in Russia at the very same time.

    i.e. The 1917 orchestrated (yes I did state that) russian revolution – where the bolsheviks took control.

    By all means address the WW1 issues but please do not become so blinded as to what was going on behind and where Communist Russia came into being.


    • 309
      The consequence of small things says:

      No secret and well documented that Wilhemine Germany allowed Lenin to travel through Germany to Russia from Switzerland where he was living to foment trouble for Kerensky’s interim Government who were still ostensibly in favour of carrying on fighting Germany in the East


    • 336
      A Christian says:


      Hundreds of thousands of Russian Orthodox priests and nuns killed by the Bolsheviks

      Followed by millions of ordinary Christians

      And we know where the Russian Revolution came from…

      One of the greatest crimes against humanity ever…


  59. 308
    Diggin a hole for Duggan says:

    Ms Osamor, who works at Haringey Law Centre, in Tottenham, said: “I knew Mark Duggan when he was a little boy. So little has changed over the years.



  60. 325
    EU Funded Pro-EU Troll says:

    Vote UKIP


  61. 329
    andy burnham says:

    wants any burning dune,
    andy is your man,
    he is an n.
    he likes to get stuck in at the end, he is partially sighted.


  62. 330
    Dozens = Hundreds?? says:

    Mark Duggan death: Dozens gather for Tottenham vigil

    About 200 people have gathered outside Tottenham Police Station to take part in a vigil for Mark Duggan.


  63. 332
    pick says:


    the pr man that is petermandel.
    he likes to pee in her and then have a drink.
    he just likes to pe he likes er and the man for all emergencies.


  64. 335
    David Cameron and Labour's fatal mistake says:

    Si vis pacem, para bellum.


  65. 341
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    Is it rude to scratch your arse then shake a voters hand, or my wife as some call her?


    • 350
      Squeaker Bercow says:

      No,that’s most acceptable and by the way, I’ve just got my cock trapped in my trouser zip.


  66. 347
    Er says:

    “Crackdown on ‘rogue pedlars’ in Manchester city centre”



    • 380
      The Rogue Pedallers Association says:

      We demand the freedom to:

      Pedal backwards!
      Pedal with just one foot!
      Stand on our pedals!


  67. 352
    Blessed Mark of Tottenham says:

    I would like to thank the dozens of supporters who turned ou today for my vigil especially those from the Socialist Workers Party,I like them never did a fucking days work in my life as my Auntie Carole say no justice no pizza!


  68. 354
    Read all about it says:

    Article in tomorrows Independent:

    If Owen Jones got a good hiding, would that shut the arrogant little shit up?

    Or would it only take a good smack in the mouth to do the job?

    In other pages: Is Ed Milliband a goofy mong?


  69. 360
    Hewson = says wot I think says:

    The BBC Sucks BBCs ‏@DHewson 8 Jan
    To the mainly white female lefties screaming murderer at the police, feel free to remember Mark #Duggan by buying crack off a black guy.
    Collapse Reply Retweet Favorite More
    FAVORITES UndisputedWychingham Bokyllsimon NorthNorfolkDigitalFriedEggBeatsFaithSchoolCriminalLiv.J
    12:40 PM – 8 Jan 14 · Details


  70. 364
    Ric Holden CCHQ says:

    Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Guido Fawkes: “Ariel Sharon will forever act as an example for generations of soldiers & commanders to come”


  71. 365
    BBC says:

    Today we’ll mostly be completely ignoring the death of Ariel Sharon, we won’t be sending 150 jonos to the promised land to cover his memorial and we won’t be doing a two hour Ariel Sharon special or turning his death in to a political bandwagon.

    We are the BBC.

    PS. Remember to pay your TV tax on time or we’ll send the goons round.


    • 373
      BBC at the weekend is staffed mostly by interns and work-experience persons says:

      Bearing in mind that the bloke has been in a “vegetative state” since 2006 when he suffered a brain haemorrhage and was on life support you could argue that he wasn’t actually alive in the true sense of the word I am surprised at the way the BBC seemed to be caught on the hop this lunchtime when his “death” was announced and they seemed to have very little footage readily available……


      • 388
        Anonymous says:

        It was intentional. Still haven’t got this BBC thing. Cue over the ext few hours lots of Palestinians burning down their neighbourhoods


    • 374
      BBC: Baby Banging Corporation says:

      And up tonight a grovelling program on global warming and how it was responsible for rac!sm in the London police which cut short the life of an innocent east end gangster and sparked evil Tory riots and the rise of UKIP.


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